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Finish Breakdown

Career 12 months
Wins 0
Top 5% 0
Top 10% 0
Top 25% 0
Top 50% 0
Bottom 50% 0
Off the Front 0
Off the Back 0
Field Sprint Wins 0
Field Sprint Top 5s 0
Field Finishes 0
Bunch Sprint % 10%
Group Sprint Wins 0
Teammate Wins 0
Teammate Top 5s 0
DNF 0
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2016 - 10 races
Race NameCategoryTeam NamePlaceRacersPointsUpg Pts*
Mar 19 Chuck Pontius Omnium RR Men Senior Open Pro 1/2
8 29 269.51
Apr 21 Joe Martin Stage Race - NRC - Stage 1 Men Prt 2 Pro/Cat 1 30 153 182.36
Apr 22 Joe Martin Stage Race - NRC - Stage 2 Men Prt 2 Pro/Cat 1 63 151 259.47
9
Apr 23 Joe Martin Stage Race - NRC - Stage 3 Men Prt 2 Pro/Cat 1 74 150 268.85
74
Apr 24 Joe Martin Stage Race - NRC - Stage 4 Men Prt Pro/Cat 1 84 146 289.63
Apr 24 Joe Martin Stage Race - NRC - GC Men Prt 2 Pro/Cat 1 58 116 260.04
May 28 Killington Stage Race - Stage 1 Men Pro/Cat 1/2 6 87 279.78 6
6
May 29 Killington Stage Race - Stage 2 Men Pro/Cat 1/2 13 81 277.39
May 29 Killington Stage Race - Stage 3 Men Pro/Cat 1/2 6 68 208.58
May 30 Killington Stage Race - GC Men Pro/Cat 1/2 9 68 268.58 7
Points (May 28 2017):
265.29*
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Points in bold are being considered for the current points.
Points in italics are being ignored because they were your second race that day.
Green points are the best five races out of your last ten race days (within 12 months) -- the average of these are your current points.


* - Upgrade points make some assumptions about what category the race was (different categories have different minimum racer requirements and point structures). Points are based off of information found here. As with any other metadata on this site, this information should be used as a guide, not a definitive source -- for upgrade questions, please contact your local USA Cycling representative. Upgrade points from more than three years ago appear in italics and are excluded from calculations.